Wiley IFRS 2008: Interpretation and Application of International Accounting and Financial Reporting Standards 2008
John Wiley & Sons, Mar 28, 2008 - Business & Economics - 1166 pages
The one indispensable guide to IFRS compliance Wiley IFRS 2008 is the comprehensive source for guidance in applying IFRS to complex, real-world fact situations, and is equally valuable for preparers, auditors, and users of financial reports. To facilitate the reader's understanding, the book includes both examples created to explain particular IFRS requirements and selections from actual published financial statements, which have been copiously provided throughout, illustrating all key concepts. Barry J. Epstein (Chicago, IL) is a partner with Russell Novak & Company, LLP, where he specializes in technical and litigation consultation on U.S. and international accounting and auditing matters and corporate governance. Eva K. Jermakowicz, PhD, CPA (Nashville, TN) is a university professor and a leading consultant to international organizations and businesses. She is a frequent speaker at international venues and has 25 years of teaching experience.
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